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Keys To Successful 21st Century Educational LeadershipChapter 2, ISLLC Standards 1-6 Educational Reforms - Recycling Keys and Opening New Doors This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law: Any public performance or display, including transmission of any image over a network; Preparation of any derivative work, including the extraction, in whole or part, of any images; Any rental, lease, or lending of the program. Copyright © Allyn & Bacon 2007
Key Holders of Reform (1970’s) School reform through new educational approaches Whole-Language Mastery Learning Standardized Testing (1983) A Nation at Risk Teacher Training and Testing Programs Curriculum Changes Higher Performance Standards for Students Increased State Funding Increased Federal Spending Programs for Needy or Minority Students Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
Keys to National Leadership ReformEducational Leadership initially informed by philosophy and religion Early 20th Century based leadership on business and industrial models Two-Layered foundation – Management and Behavioral Sciences Evolution of leadership described by the character of those being led and the cultures of the organizations and communities in which they work Effective Leaders as Visionaries Leadership as a group function Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
National Framework Influential Organizations producing frameworks for Leadership National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) (1990) National Commission for the Principalship National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA) Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
The State of the States Council of Chief State School Officers (CSSO) joined with National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA) to form the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) Two Guiding Questions in Developing the ISLLC Standards: What do we know about schools in which all youngsters achieve at high levels? What do we know about the actions and values of the women and men who lead effective schools and productive school systems? Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
Seven Guiding Principles of the ISLLC StandardsReflect the centrality of student learning Acknowledge the changing role of school leader Recognize the collaborative nature of school leadership Upgrade the quality of the profession Inform performance-based systems of assessment Be integrated and coherent Be predicated on the concepts of access, opportunity, and empowerment for all members of the school community Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 1 A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of learning that is shared and supported by the school community Copyright© Allyn & Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 1 The administrator has knowledge and understanding of:learning goals in a pluralistic society the principles of developing and implementing strategic plans systems theory information sources, data collection, and data analysis strategies effective communication effective consensus-building and negotiation skills Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 1 The administrator believes in, values, and is committed to:the educability of all a school vision of high standards of learning continuous school improvement the inclusion of all members of the school community ensuring that students have the knowledge, skills, and values needed to become successful adults a willingness to continuously examine one’s own assumptions, beliefs, and practices doing the work required for high levels of personal and organization performance Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 1 The administrator facilitates processes and engages in activities ensuring that:the vision and mission of the school are effectively communicated to staff, parents, students, and community members the vision is developed with and among stakeholders the school community is involved in school improvement efforts the vision shapes the educational programs, plans, and actions an implementation plan is developed in which objectives and strategies to achieve the vision and goals are clearly articulated assessment data related to student learning are used to develop the school vision and goals relevant demographic data pertaining to students and their families are used in developing the school mission and goals barriers to achieving the vision are identified, clarified, and addressed the vision, mission, and implementation plans are regularly monitored, evaluated, and revised Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 2 A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a school culture and instructional program conducive to student learning and staff professional growth Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 2 The administrator has knowledge and understanding of:student growth and development applied learning theories applied motivational theories curriculum design, implementation, evaluation, and refinement principles of effective instruction measurement, evaluation, and assessment strategies diversity and its meaning for educational programs adult learning and professional development models the change process for systems, organizations, and individuals the role of technology in promoting student learning and professional growth school cultures Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 2 The administrator believes in, values, and is committed to:student learning as the fundamental purpose of schooling the proposition that all students can learn the variety of ways in which students can learn life long learning for self and others professional development as an integral part of school improvement the benefits that diversity brings to the school community a safe and supportive learning environment preparing students to be contributing members of society Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 1 The administrator facilitates processes and engages in activities ensuring that:all individuals are treated with fairness, dignity, and respect students and staff feel valued and important the responsibilities and contributions of each individual are acknowledged barriers to student learning are identified, clarified, and addressed diversity is considered in developing learning experiences life long learning is encouraged and modeled there is a culture of high expectations for self, student, and staff performance technologies are used in teaching and learning student and staff accomplishments are recognized and celebrated curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular programs are designed, implemented, evaluated, and refined curriculum decisions are based on research, expertise of teachers, and the recommendations of learned societies the school culture and climate are assessed on a regular basis a variety of sources of information is used to make decisions student learning is assessed using a variety of techniques a variety of supervisory and evaluation models are employed Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 3 A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by ensuring management of the organization, operations, and resources for a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 3 The administrator has knowledge and understanding of:theories and models of organizations and the principles of organizational development operational procedures at the school and district level principles and issues relating to school safety and security human resources management and development principles and issues relating to fiscal operations of school management principles and issues relating to school facilities and use of space legal issues impacting school operations current technologies that support management functions Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 3 The administrator believes in, values, and is committed to:making management decisions to enhance learning and teaching taking risks to improve schools trusting people and their judgments accepting responsibility high-quality standards, expectations, and performances involving stakeholders in management processes a safe environment Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 3 The administrator facilitates processes and engages in activities ensuring that:knowledge of learning, teaching, and student development is used to inform management decisions emerging trends are recognized, studied, and applied as appropriate operational plans and procedures to achieve the vision and goals of the school are in place collective bargaining and other contractual agreements related to the school are effectively managed time is managed to maximize attainment of organizational goals potential problems and opportunities are identified problems are confronted and resolved in a timely manner financial, human, and material resources are aligned to the goals of schools stakeholders are involved in decisions affecting schools responsibility is shared to maximize ownership and accountability effective problem-framing and problem-solving skills are used effective group-process and consensus-building skills are used effective communication skills are used a safe, clean, and aesthetically pleasing school environment is created and maintained human resource functions support the attainment of school goals confidentiality and privacy of school records are maintained Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 4 A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by collaborating with families and community members, responding to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizing community resources Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 4 The administrator has knowledge and understanding of:emerging issues and trends that potentially impact the school community the conditions and dynamics of the diverse school community community resources community relations and marketing strategies and processes successful models of school, family, business, community, government and higher education partnerships Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 4 The administrator believes in, values, and is committed to:schools operating as an integral part of the larger community collaboration and communication with families involvement of families and other stakeholders in school decision-making processes the proposition that diversity enriches the school families as partners in the education of their children the proposition that families have the best interests of their children in mind resources of the family and community needing to be brought to bear on the education of students an informed public Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 4 The administrator facilitates processes and engages in activities ensuring that:high visibility, active involvement, and communication with the larger community is a priority relationships with community leaders are identified and nurtured information about family and community concerns, expectations, and needs is used regularly credence is given to individuals and groups whose values and opinions may conflict partnerships are established with area businesses, institutions of higher education, and community groups to strengthen programs and support school goals community youth family services are integrated with school programs community stakeholders are treated equitably diversity is recognized and valued effective media relations are developed and maintained public resources and funds are used appropriately and wisely community collaboration is modeled for staff Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 5 A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by acting with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner. Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 5 The administrator has knowledge and understanding of:the purpose of education and the role of leadership in modern society various ethical frameworks and perspectives on ethics the values of the diverse school community professional codes of ethics the philosophy and history of education Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 5 The administrator believes in, values, and is committed to:the ideal of the common good the right of every student to a free, quality education bringing ethical principles to the decision-making process subordinating one’s own interest to the good of the school community accepting the consequences for upholding one’s principles and actions using the influence of one’s office constructively and productively in the service of all students and their families development of a caring school community Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 5 The administrator facilitates processes and engages in activities ensuring that:examines and demonstrates personal and professional values demonstrates values, beliefs, and attitudes that inspire others to higher levels of performance serves as a role model accepts responsibility for school operations uses the influence of the office to enhance the educational program rather than for personal gain treats people fairly, equitably, and with dignity and respect protects the rights and confidentiality of students and staff examines and considers the prevailing values of the diverse school community expects that others in the school community will demonstrate integrity and exercise ethical behavior opens the school to public scrutiny fulfills legal and contractual obligations applies laws and procedures fairly, wisely, and considerately Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 6 A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by understanding, responding to, and influencing the larger political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context. Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 6 The administrator has knowledge and understanding of:principles of representative governance that under gird the system of American schools the role of public education in developing and renewing a democratic society and an economically productive nation the law as related to education and schooling the political, social, cultural and economic systems and processes that impact schools models and strategies of change and conflict resolution as applied to the larger political, social, cultural and economic contexts of schooling global issues and forces affecting teaching and learning the dynamics of policy development and advocacy under our democratic political system the importance of diversity and equity in a democratic society Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 6 The administrator believes in, values, and is committed to:education as a key to opportunity and social mobility recognizing a variety of ideas, values, and cultures importance of a continuing dialogue with other decision makers affecting education actively participating in the political and policy-making context in the service of education using legal systems to protect student rights and improve student opportunities Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
ISLLC Standard 6 The administrator facilitates processes and engages in activities ensuring that:the environment in which schools operate is influenced on behalf of students and their families communication occurs among the school community concerning trends, issues, and potential changes in the environment in which schools operate there is ongoing dialogue with representatives of diverse community groups the school community works within the framework of policies, laws, and regulations enacted by local, state, and federal authorities public policy is shaped to provide quality education for students lines of communication are developed with decision makers outside the school community Copyright © Allyn &Bacon 2007
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